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Congress Wants To Allow Foreign Police Access To U.S. Social Media Government Data

Privacy advocates, legal scholars and Richard Downing, the deputy assistant Attorney General, took part in a panel discussion outlining a legislative proposal that allows foreign police access to U.S. social media data. These new rules would streamline the process foreign police agencies must go through to get social media data from U.S. companies. Panelists looked at the pros and cons of the proposed legislation.

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